Hotel Indigo Pearl Phuket
Indigo Pearl’s entrance almost touches Nai Yang Beach on Phuket’s north shore. Sirinath National Park runs parallel, while Phuket International Airport is barely 10 minutes away. Some of Asia’s finest golf courses are within reach, such as Laguna Phuket Gold, Mission Hills, and Blue Canyon Country Club.
Luxury rooms at Indigo Pearl have a terrace that overlooks a garden. The Villas are hidden away in a quiet nook of the resort. You enter the villa via a secluded open-air courtyard with an outdoor bath, dining setting, sun umbrella, and double sun lounger. The ceiling of your room is topped with a wooden ceiling. In the back your bathroom opens to another courtyard with a garden and open-air shower. The design is not accidental; rather, it is the Indigo Pearl’s conscious effort to recall Phuket’s tin mining past.
Moreover, the hotel décor is a postmodern take on a plantation, spliced with modern sculpture and installation art, including silver blue palms, pointed sword-shaped leaves, and a blanket of leaves blushed with hot pink. You can well imagine how rich and strangely adventurous the foods on offer in Indigo Pearl’s restaurants are.
Indigo Pearl was recently named as one of the best five hotels in Thailand and ranks among the top 100 in the world. Its excellent service and functional design are stunning, and the entire complex is enriched by the fact that Indigo Pearl is located on an historic site.
Indigo Pearl is a coastline beach sheltered from waves and monsoon weather by a coral ridge. Here it is beach season all year round!
Hotel Indigo Pearl Phuket.